Cat Slobber

It might sound gross. It’s not really. You get used to it. This can happen from one of two conditions. Your cat is having dental problems, or the cat really loves you.

They drool when they are happy.

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Not all cats drool. At least, that has been my experience. Millie drools. Our smallest cat Daisy Mae drools. Sometimes Molly drools. Sometimes it gets on you. Actually, now that I’m thinking about it Stanley drools too. Not much, but he does infrequently when he is having a quiet private moment. So, actually, all of my cats drool. Come to think of it the parakeet does too. Rather he throws up on his mirror which is his way of being happy and sharing a meal with his friend in the reflection. If my old phone is charged up I play the only thing on it for him which is a video of another parakeet whistling and chirping up a storm.

In another article I mentioned the techniques I use to keep cats’ claws short. The reasoning for keeping up with cat manicures is because they can snag fabric and put long runs in it if they are caught on the warp or weft of the material. Or, just put a stinking big hole in it. If they are frightened and you get in the way you might need to nurse a scratch for a few days. If you do something they object to their scratch is going to hurt. And, if they are in a lovey-dovey mood they will stick their beautifully sharp nails right into you.



Pauline Evanosky: writer, psychic, channel

I talk to dead guys. I have been a psychic channel since 1993. I love to write and hope you enjoy what I write about. Based in Oakland, California.